Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage. As the commonly reported pain conditions are of a musculoskeletal origin, we are specialized in expert pain care for spine & joint disorders like back, knee, neck and shoulder pain etc. Sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy food habits, lack of exercise, overuse of any particular joint (e.g. Neck for an I.T Professional), injury, aging, stress & strain etc are few reasons for these kinds of spine & joint problems. To a certain extent, we cannot avoid some of them in today’s hasty lifestyle. And that’s the reason these kinds of problems are prevalent nowadays.
Skin is the largest organ in the human body. It can be nourished both from the inside and outside. Skin is mainly composed of three layers namely the Epidermis, Dermis and Sub-cutis. Skin health is basically maintained with simple, fresh and unprocessed nutrients through the diet, sufficient water intake and adequate rest and relaxation. The lifestyle we follow and other external factors affect the skin health in many ways. Pollution of the air and water, unhealthy food habits, exposure to harmful sun rays, some chemical formulations in the form of internal medications which can also act as immune-suppressing agents, prolonged use of chemical cosmetics, stress & strain etc are a few examples.
The hair follicle is a vital component of mammalian skin and represents a unique, highly regenerative system that undergoes phases of rapid growth (Anagen), regression (Catagen) and resting (Telogen) periods. The first step in hair care is your diet and the two most important things in your diet are iron and protein. A balanced diet with minimum two litres of water is important because hydration plays a crucial role in hair growth. The hair cells are the fastest growing cells in the body but they are also the first ones to be affected.
Lifestyle is used as a prefix to just about anything nowadays. Usually all psycho-somatic diseases and non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, obesity and related ailments, heart diseases, degenerative diseases, stroke, hypertension etc. are classified as lifestyle diseases which are proving to be some of the major causes of death. They now pose a greater global burden than infectious diseases. But the most important thing is that almost all lifestyle diseases are also preventable diseases.